#1
Okay so the strings that my friend picked up for me are apparently for Baritone guitars and have a tuning of B-B reccomended. I'm thinking I'd be really stupid to put them on my regular guitar in standard but Im just making sure.
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#2
the 1st string is a 13 and the last is 62 which scares the shit outta me
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#3
ive put 13s on my guitars before no big deal but pretty heavy so itll take some getting used to
#5
I use a baritone set all the time.
It's fine. Just don't tune to e standard. you'll warp your neck.
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#6
baritone strings E-E will be tight as a.... yeah, tight as FECK. also, strings that heavy will need a truss rod adjustment and spring tension adjustment if you have a tremolo and maybe even a intonation adjustment or string height adjustment.

IE, full setup
#8
I definitely wouldn't advice it. Not worth the risk OR effort.
Tis gonna need some major truss tightening.
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#9
Not baritone, but a regular set of .13's would be fine. I'd personally stop at Eb, but hey, Go for it if you want to risk it.

Hell, word is that SRV used .16's sometimes for Eb. Usually used .13's for it, though.

I love my .11's and .12's, though, for some E Standard. Big, beefy tone.
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